Through The Looking Glass Without A Smoke  

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3/29/2006 10:22 am

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Through The Looking Glass Without A Smoke


I don't know if stopping smoking has made me crabbier or what. With the way the country is going, I can't help but feel pissed off. The Bush Reign of Terror seems to have gone through the looking glass, Alice.

Take, for example, a question a woman at King George's last press conference: WOMAN: Thank you for coming to Cleveland, Mr. President, and the city club. My question is that author and former Nixon administration official Kevin Phillips, in his latest book, American Theocracy, discusses what he calls radical Christianity and its growing involvement into government and politics. He makes the point that members of your administration have reached out to prophetic Christians who see the War in Iraq and the rise of terrorism as signs of the apocalypse. Do you believe this: that the War in Iraq and the rise of terrorism are signs of the
apocalypse and if not, why not?


Now there's a question that's been around, but no one's ever asked The Commander and Chimp before. How does Junior respond?

BUSH: Hmmm.

(LAUGHTER)

The answer is I haven’t really thought of it that way.

(LAUGHTER)

Here’s how I think of it.

First, I’ve heard of that, by the way.

Ok..... Not a yes, not a no. And it's the first he's heard of it! Then ol' George DWI Bush goes on for 5 minutes avoiding the question entirely. I can't believe that a man who bangs the Bible as hard as he does and who's base is made up of the Pat Robertson's of the world wouldn't have at least mulled it over. Maybe Revelations didn't have any pictures in Chimpboy's Bible.

One always hopes that he'll come out and shed some new light on things. Maybe he'd actually say something that made sense and wasn't corrupt.
But no.. one thing you can say about Chimpboy, he's consistent... Consistently wrong.

All of his speeches dredge up 9/11 and the terrorist attacks. People are easier to control when they're afraid. The problem is - Osama Bin Laden is still free. Bush DOESN'T even care about him. It was always about Iraq. He couldn't even be straight about why we were there.

1) Liberate Iraq from a bloodthirsty dictator.
2) To See Weapons of Mass Distraction.. I mean destruction.
3.)To capture Saddam Hussein
4.)To stop Al-Qaeda's "funding"
(there were no ties with Al-Qaeda and Iraq)
5.)To stabilize the regions oil fields
6.)To give every man, woman, and child in the USA
a bill for $30,000 to support the war.
7.)To give Haliburton no-bid contracts that they could economically the U.S.
8.)To check out the area for quail hunting for Dick Cheney and his Haliburton buddies
9.)To give Al-Qaeda a training ground so the GOP can keep this war going for decades to come, thus ensuring even more no-bid contracts for Haliburton. Hell, Dick Cheney has to retire at some point.
10.)To help start up a fast food place called "Al-Qaesadillas".

Another issue I have with Bush is the whole Patriot Act deal and his illegal wiretapping.
Again, Chimpboy and Sidedick Cheney start spewing out their "protection from terrorists" fear mongering in defense. If they had their way, Nixon would have been allowed to get away with Watergate. Maybe that's why they want it so bad.
They've already managed to skew election results thanks to "paperless" voting machines that leave no verifiable trail. Also, they're easy to hack into. Diebold made that possible because they've public endorsed Chimpboy and the GOP.

This is a guy who lets corporations write their own laws without the input of the public. He let the energy bill be written by Enron types behind closed doors. He let the credit card companies and write the bankruptcy laws. I'm surprised that he hasn't let killers revise murder laws.

Stay tuned babies.. how far will this rabbit hole take us until we face the Red Queen? And all this without a cigarette....

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